While nominally situated at Bicheno on the east coast, Apsley Gorge is in fact some distance inland, taking its name from a mountain pass. Clearly, it shares with the other east coast wineries the capacity to produce Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of excellent quality.
Banjo’s is a successful Bakery Café franchise with close to 40 stores across Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, and still growing. Our delicious products are made by cooks who care about using the best ingredients. Our simple philosophy results in many loyal customers, many of whom make a visit to Banjo’s part of their daily routine. Our success is not just for our benefit. We have a strong community focus and are committed to giving back what we can in sponsorships and product donations to local community organisations. Banjo’s collectively gives away over two million dollars of product every year.
The winery was founded upon the vision and spirit of our dedicated winemaking and viticultural team, who believed Tasmania would one day be the pre-eminent region in Australia to produce cool climate wines. To this end, we search for the individual 'personalities' in every variety and vineyard, to craft wines which are unique, alluring and distinctively Tasmanian but never compromise on consistency or quality.
A family business, established in 1955, Blue Hills Honey specialises in Tarkine Leatherwood honey sold under the Blue Hills label.
Brook Eden produces single varietal wines and traditional sparkling from its beautiful site in the Pipers Brook Valley. The family brings a Northern Italian tradition to its elegant wines and offers a warm and welcoming experience at its cellar door.
Situated on the edge of Beaconsfield and nestled in the shadow of Cabbage Tree Hill, ( location of the first major gold discovery in the area), Cabbage Tree Hill Wines is a small boutique family-owned vineyard.
Relax in the picturesque rural setting while you enjoy our premium, handcrafted, cool climate wines.
The Coal Valley Vineyard produces Reisling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Merlot wines. Wines of each variety have won gold medals at the Tasmanian Wines Show in recent years. The vineyard is open seven days a week for tastings, functions and lunches and specialises in menus that highlight Tasmania's seasonal produce. Wines can be supplied through mail order.
Cradle Coast Quinoa produces local Australian summer grown quinoa.
Inspired by the tremendous opportunities of the East Coast of Tasmania, Geoff and Susan Bull cleared the site in 1978, planted the first vines in 1979 and established the first commerical winery on the East Coast. They were early pioneers in a new region which years later revealed exciting quality potential in wines. The region now boasts over a dozen different vineyards.
The Freycinet Vineyard and Winery is family owned with daughter Lindy Bull and her partner Claudio Radenti taking over the family tradition of gently handcrafting the wines.
Ghost Rock Vineyard is a popular boutique venue offering multi-award winning wines and tasting platters at the cellar door as well as its new Hundred Acres paddock to plate Interpretation Centre and Winery making Ghost Rock one of Tasmania’s premier food and wine destinations.
Hellyers Road is the Southern Hemisphere’s largest boutique whisky distillery.
Located in pristine dairy farming country on the outskirts of Burnie, the distillery is a fully-owned subsidiary of Tasmania’s second largest milk processing company, Betta Milk.
Rosemary & Terry Bennett, the proprietors of Home Hill, look down on the vineyard from their home, pinch themselves, and wonder how their relaxing hobby farm of six rows of vines has turned into an award winning vineyard that produces some of Australia’s top quality Pinot Noir.
Born out of our love of fine wines, liquors and delicious food as well as an interest in producing our own wine, we began investigating various potential sources to begin production of a crisp Grape wine to use as the base to our range of fruit liquors.
Cooking traditional Indian curries is an art, and it takes many years of experience to know how to mix spices together to produce an authentic tasting curry. Now all you need to do is use a paste from Island Curries to create a gourmet quality meal at home.
Lark Distillery was the first licensed distillery in Tasmania since 1839. It was established in 1992 to produce Australian malt whisky, rich in character with a big finish using the best Tasmanian ingredients. Lark Distillery is proudly a boutique Tasmanian owned distillery dedicated to maintaining its proven high quality malt whisky and other unique spirits.
Lion has an enviable portfolio of cheese products including entertaining favourites such as South Cape, King Island Dairy and Tasmanian Heritage.
We know that consumer expectations and industry standards can be two very different things. For this reason we have worked closely with Nichols Agricultural Director and founder, Rob Nichols, to launch a whole new range of chicken for our customers; Nichols Ethical Free Range Chicken.
Overeem is a boutique distillery located in Tasmania producing the premium, award-winning Overeem Single Malt Whisky. Overeem whisky is made from the finest ingredients Tasmania has to offer with barley to rival the finest in the world and water recognised as the cleanest.
Overeem Single Malt Whisky is available at specialist bars, restaurants and liquor stores throughout Australia, the Netherlands and the UK.
The 2015 James Halliday Australian Wine Companion rated seven wines Outstanding; three wines listed among Australia’s ‘Best by Variety’; and a much-coveted ‘5 red stars’ winery rating.
For the team at Tasmania’s Pipers Brook Vineyard, these provide proof of the stellar quality of its premium wine portfolio.
Reid Fruits, an established producer and exporter of quality apples, is pioneering an Australian export industry based on new varieties of Japanese cherries. Growing trials have been successful and simulated export exercises indicate a bright future for the new industry.
Sit among the art while enjoying morning or afternoon tea or a freshly produced seasonal lunch.
"To open the door and walk into the Scottsdale Art Gallery Cafe is to be greeted as welcome guests. The proprietors and staff are locals who are genuinely friendly and helpful in their efforts to make your visit to their town, their gallery and their cafe insightful, interesting, tempting and yummy." Terry
Shima Wasabi is a small and innovative food producing company located in northwest Tasmania. The company grows and markets pure Japanese wasabi (Wasabia japonica) and currently supplies over 80 of Australia’s leading restaurants with premium grade fresh wasabi products every week of the year.
We are a small 5th generation family owned vineyard since 1875, located in Cranbrook on Tasmania's stunning Freycinet Coast.
At Spring Vale, our grapes are grown with an in depth knowledge of our local terroir. Intimate attention to quality and flavour, allows us to produce premium, award-winning wines at our on-site winery.
TAP Agrico are strategically placed to service the Tasmanian grains industry with storage and export packing facilities. TAP Agrico are an exporter of grains in their own right.
Live wild freshwater eel exporters (Anguila australis and Anguila rheinhardtii) both species native to Tasmania sent directly by air to Mainland Australia and overseas markets predominately in Japan, South Korea and China. Suppliers of hot smoked eel.
Tasmania provides a wonderful variety of quality fruits, vegetables and fresh produce. The pristine air and cool climate intensifies the flavour of Tasmanian produce. We at the Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company are privileged to be able to have access to this delicious fresh produce.
The Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishermen’s Association is a not for profit organisation formed in 1985 to represent the interests of rock lobster fisherss
Allen Hansen is a former US Marine Corps Captain, whose hobby of abalone diving while living in California attracted him to Tasmania where he pioneered the commercial abalone export trade of Australia. He is responsible for establishing Tasmanian Seafoods Pty. Ltd. which, since its modest beginnings in 1969, has grown to be the largest processor of abalone in Australia.
We produce cheese from the milk of our goats, who have been raised on our farm, Leap Farm, located in the idyllic hills of the lower east coast of Tasmania. Our priorities are happy, healthy animals, which makes our cheese taste better. We are commit